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Playing Sports With Pneumonia
If a person with pneumonia played with my mobile phone. Will i catch it? I was wearing a mask when i visited him.
My 18M old niece diangosis with bact pneumonia last wk. My 14M old just getting over a cold. How long should you wait before the 2 can play again?
I have had mycoplasma pneumonia for the past 6 weeks. My chest is clear, im still tired And my voice sounds strained. Can I play netball safely?
Your activity should: be limited only by your symptoms. I think it would be safe as long as you don't over-exert your self. Ask your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
My 2 yr old has a cold with cough, but no fever. How likely is it that he has bronchitis or pneumonia with no fever? A play mate of his has pneumonia.
Likly virus: Many more children have virus infections with cough than develop pneumonia from bacteria germs. Most of the time, bacterial pneumonia has at least some fever with it. Most of the time, bronchitis just means a wet junky-sounding cough. Call your doctor if fever over 100.5 comes up or if the illness lasts 5-7 days. The playmate could have a virus pneumonia that might be just a cold in your child. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gma had stroke unable to speak, swallow paralyzed traffic arm left leg. Did have pneumonia but never cleared up could that play role or ckd stage 3?
Heart Dr. can check: While playing sports, a person could faint for several reasons. He could be overheated or maybe was not drinking enough fluids. In those two situations, he will feel faint while standing or when quickly rising to a standing position. He could have a heart malformation or an abnormal heart rhythm. In these two situations, the symptoms may occur more randomly. A cardiologist's evaluation is helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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